Where Proposition A seeks to inject money into affordable housing, Proposition E seeks to streamline the process of approving it.
If passed, the measure would legalize the construction of “affordable housing” and “educator housing” on public land.
This affordable housing would be for residents earning up to 120% of the median income for the region. That’s an annual household income of about $118,000 for a family of two.
In the educator housing, at least one resident would have to be an employee of either the San Francisco Unified School District or City College. Resident incomes could fall between 30% and 160% of the regional median.
If you want to hear more about how teachers in particular are affected by the housing crisis, listen below to two educator’s stories: